~ Water treatment for the Community ~

11 Jan, 2018

Jodi Larsen

Community service isn’t work.

Drive into any town in America and you will see the results of an active service club. Lions, Kiwanis, Rotary, all represented by road side signs that let you know where and when they meet. You know, just in case you want to join them. Our home town is no different. At Cascadian Water we live the “Service above self” motto. Our folks chose Rotary as our service club. Our reasons were independent but our choice the same.

Why Rotary?

We understand the value of giving back to our community and Rotary offers something for everyone. You will often see us picking up trash as part of the “Adopt a Highway” campaign or lending a hand at our local food bank. We mentor our students, help our elderly, and never fail to honor our veterans. From the annual Memorial Day Celebration, to scholarship night at the high school, the disbursement of Holiday Gift baskets, we’re always there to help. Why?  We live where we work, the people here are our neighbors and friends. Getting together, improving our community and having a great time are things we look forward to. We’re honored to be a part of something so awesome.

Community service is more than all of this. It’s that feeling that touches you deep when you see the people you have positively affected. Knowing that you have the power and ability to inspire a child, help a widow, or feed a hungry veteran. The realization that someone’s life was improved simply because you exist. What an incredible feeling that gives. No customer database, daily sales, or annual revenue, can compare to the feeling helping another human brings. We are very blessed to live and work in such an amazing place and are so thankful that our business affords us these opportunities. Our relationship with people like you is what makes this all possible. We love what we do and  thank you for your business and continued support!

For more information on our club visit www.ukcrotary.com or www.rotary.org

Jodi Larsen
Jodi Larsen joined the Cascadian team in 2017. Jodi is new to the water treatment industry but is eager to learn and assist our customers in any way possible. Jodi grew up on the westside of the state and graduated from Puyallup high school. She moved to the Cle Elum area in 1998 where she has worked in a variety of jobs. She has an extensive background in customer service and feels that people truly are her strong suit. She enjoys working with customers, helping to define a problem, and collectively finding the best solution. When she’s not at work Jodi is very active in our local Rotary Club where she advises our Interact club. Interact is a youth-based community service club comprised of students from 6th to 12th grade. She has taken kids on several international trips to developing countries where they focus on clean water, sustainability, and educational opportunities. She is also a long-time board member for ARRF Animal rescue, was recently elected to The Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce board and has served on our local City Council. She truly enjoys being part of the solution both professionally and personally. We are happy to have her on our team and know that you will be well cared for should you need anything.